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of military technology together, integrated and perform, i think, very well under u.n. security counsel resolution to avert a real humanitarian disaster. >> despite the success in libya, there is no template for nato intervention. >> the problem with it is those conditions will never repeat themselves. and so those who talk about it as a model for the future, it's only a model insofar as nato can become an enforcing arm, peacemaking arm of the united nations in conjunction with a regional organization. >> i think we have to be a little judicious when we refer to libya as a case or a model that we can hold up as a successful intervention here as we go into the second decade of the 21st century. it may turn out that way, it may not. but i think one of the things that did come out of that intervention was a realization that it's always going to take strong alliances of many countries and interests to do this. >> but the operation in libya stands out as an example of america going beyond its self-interest to support nato's mission as a whole. >> well, the libyan intervention, in my judgment
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